U.S. Open 2010: Top Five Male Players Not in Top 10 To Compete for Title

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U.S. Open 2010: Top Five Male Players Not in Top 10 To Compete for Title
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Every major tournament it seems as if it is the same two guys that we always talk about, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, as if I even needed to say it. However, in the past two tournaments we have seen Roger wavering. After nearly losing in the first round of Wimbledon he made his second straight quarterfinal exit, after not having lost that early in 23 straight major tournaments. And although Rafael Nadal may be one of the most versatile players in the world, he has always struggled in Flushing Meadows, having never reached the finals. With these two players being somewhat wild cards, who can take advantage? Which players not in the top 10 will make a run for their money?

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